Shop sustainable activewear here at eco.mono. The Team Timbuktu Opal Tech Rain Jacket is not only a stylish little number it also has perks! It's waterproof, windproof and breathable. AND YES it's actually waterproof, not just showerproof - so you can go and dance in the rain like you've always wished...just us?
The tech jacket is perfect for outdoor adventures when you're battling the elements and those morning commutes when you wish you'd paddled in instead of catching the train.
Waterproof, windproof & breathable
Made from 48% recycled plastic
Durable water repellent (DWR) coated
10K/10K waterproof & breathable
Seam sealed to keep the wind & rain out
Adjustable hood for the perfect fit
Zippered pockets with headphone access
Dipped back to keep everywhere dryShop ethical and sustainable activewear from Australia here at eco.mono
Team Timbuktu represents the following values:
Emma is wearing a size a size Small and her measurements are:
HEIGHT- 5'10" (177.8cm)
BUST - 31D
WAIST - 26" (66cm)
HIPS - 36" (91.4cm)
DRESS - 8
XS - 6/8 | S - 10 | M - 12 | L - 14/16
Team Timbuktu fabrics are sustainably made:
Team Timbuktu use fabrics made from recycled plastic bottles to create clothes made for moving in. Not only are they saving plastics from oceans and landfill, They're also using less energy and water compared to creating conventional synthetic fabrics. Win win if you ask us.How on earth do they recycle plastic bottles into fabric?!
To put it simply, they're just changing the initial raw material, instead of using oil to create polyester (as is standard), they're using waste that they have excess of, cleaning and melting it down to a more sustainable raw material to create a fabric that is durable, breathable and tbh you wouldn't even know the end product is made differently, which is how it should be! How much is recycled?
Team Timbuktu's stretch fabric is 78% recycled, with the other 12% being elastane, which is needed for stretch and unavailable as a recycled material right now. Their tech jacket fabric is 48% recycled, which we're aiming to increase this to 100% recycled, but unfortunately isn't possible due to their small scale, but it's going to be so exciting when they can increase this. Meet the makers
Rhianna (Founder of Team Timbuktu) will only work with makers who she's personally met and she is so proud to work with the talented makers who make Team Timbuktu.